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Linda Shearer records

Identifier: A0046
Dates: 1971-1990 (bulk 1976-1980)

Lord Castle Stewart papers

Identifier: M0015
Dates: 1945-1960 (bulk 1950-1957)

Louise Averill Svendsen records

Identifier: A0016
Dates: 1938-1994 (bulk 1954-1981)

Margit Rowell records

Identifier: A0023
Dates: 1956-1981 (bulk 1971-1980)

Michele Smolen collection of Hilla Rebay materials

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: M0005
Dates: 1938-2005 (bulk 1938-1962)

Office of Business Administration records

Identifier: A0018
Dates: 1935-1984 (bulk 1949-1980)

Panza Collection Initiative records

Identifier: A0071
Historical Abstract In 2010, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum launched the Panza Collection Initiative (PCI), a multiyear project devoted to addressing the long-term preservation and sustainability of fabrication-based, variable, or ephemeral artworks from the 1960s and 1970s. The project focused on the large repository of works of Minimal, Post-Minimal, and Conceptual art acquired by the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation from the collection of Giovanna and Giuseppe Panza di Biumo between 1990 and 1992. The...
Dates: 2010-2020

Peggy Guggenheim Collection records

Identifier: A0038
Dates: circa 1930s-1992 (bulk 1980-1987)

Peggy Guggenheim Foundation papers

Identifier: M0002
Dates: 1936-1979

Peter G. Loggin records

Identifier: A0034
Dates: 1954-1981 (bulk 1965-1969, 1972-1974)

Philip Verre records

Identifier: A0047
Dates: 1950-1981 (bulk 1978-1981)

Records from Artist and Object files

Identifier: A0009
Dates: 1916-2007 (bulk 1940-1980)

Reel-to-Reel collection

Identifier: A0004
Historical In 1953, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum (SRGM) announced the inauguration of a series of free art lectures and gallery tours in connection with its educational programs. While the lecture series was developed under the directorship of James Johnson Sweeney, the first regularly scheduled series of illustrated lectures on modern art began at SRGM in 1961 under the directorship of Thomas M. Messer. Lecture speakers included SRGM staff, art critics, historians, artists and dealers. As of 2018,...
Dates: 1952-1990 (bulk 1961-1990)

Robert E. Mates collection

Identifier: M0017
Dates: Undated, 2007-2008 (bulk 2007)

Sidney Geist correspondence

Identifier: A0055
Dates: 1963-1968 (bulk dates 1966-1967)

Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation records

Identifier: A0033
Dates: 1929-1999 (bulk 1937-1975)

Solomon R. Guggenheim records

Identifier: A0040
Dates: 1927-1949

The Estate of James Johnson Sweeney collection

Identifier: M0006
Dates: 1934-1977 (bulk 1952-1960)

The Hilla von Rebay Foundation Archives

Identifier: M0007
Historical Abstract Established in 1967 with the aim of promoting nonobjective art, the Hilla von Rebay Foundation has retained control of the estate of Hilla Rebay who was the first curator and director of the Museum of Non-Objective Painting. Scope and Content Abstract The Hilla von Rebay Foundation Archives spans the years 1894-1997 (bulk 1938-1955) and consists of 101 cubic feet of records created or collected by Hilla Rebay (HR) and/or the Hilla von Rebay...
Dates: 1894-1997 (bulk 1938-1955)

Thomas M. Messer records

Identifier: A0007

Thomas M. Messer (TMM) served as Director of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum (SRGM) from 1961 until 1988 and as Director of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation from 1980-1988. He was the museum's third director.

Dates: 1931-2002 (bulk 1961-1988)

Vivian Barnett records on the Thannhauser Collection

Identifier: A0041

Vivian Endicott Barnett (VEB) was born on July 8, 1944 in Putnam, Connecticut and received her M.A. in 1971 from New York University. In 1973, VEB began working as a research assistant for the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum (SRGM). VEB was promoted to Curator in 1982. VEB is also known as an art historian and author, having written several books on art and SRGM related topics.

Dates: 1970-1991 (bulk 1975-78)

William H. Short papers

Identifier: M0004
Dates: 1949-1968 (bulk 1956-1960)